Tag Archives: TED

Lawrence Lessig: We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim

Well worth the 19 minutes to watch. Subtitled in a variety of languages. Like 0

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Amanda Palmer: The art of asking

Should be captioned in 8 languages or so… Amazing talk, 13 minutes & worth the watch. Like 0

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Michael Anti: Behind the Great Firewall of China

[Audio: English; Captions: English] Some interesting information and perspective on what’s going on in China. Like 0

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new ways to see music with color & fire

[Audio: english; Captions: English, Bulgarian (click through); Transcript: available on click through] I used to be able to embed TED videos with their captions. Don’t know how it’s done now 😛 Like 0

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the work-life balance

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Is Anatomy Destiny?

[Audio: English; Captions: 23 languages] Very interesting talk, well worth the time spent on it! Like 0

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Kevin Slavin: How algorithms shape our world

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Rebecca MacKinnon: Let’s take back the Internet!

[Audio: English; Captions: English (+ 4 more languages)] Very interesting talk. NB: I think I have managed to embed this with English subtitles! If I haven’t, or you’d prefer another language (Arabic, Czech, Dutch, Portuguese), you can click thru to … Continue reading

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privacy, anonymity, pseudonymity, and google plus

[Audio: English; Captions: English (more available at TED)] Well worth watching. People have many very wrong assumptions about “real” names, pseudonymity, and anonymity online. As Matthew Ingram points out, “As a number of users have pointed out, Google and Facebook … Continue reading

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Keith Nolan – Deaf in the Military

[Audio: ?; Captions: English; Languages: ASL, English] A very, very interesting presentation! I’m no fan of the military, personally, but I agree that a deaf person who wants to join the military ought to be able to, and Keith Nolan … Continue reading

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Making Sense of a Visible Quantum Object

[Audio: English; Captioned: English (+ 5 more languages)] You’ll have to click thru to TED to get the captions (mutter, grumble). Pretty cool, though! Quantum physics in layperson terms! Like 0

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the filter bubble

[Audio: English; Captions: Arabic, Chinese (2), English, Italian, Romanian (see link below)] I love TED’s videos, but I find it very frustrating they don’t appear to make the subtitles available via embedding! The talk, with its captions, is available here: … Continue reading

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On being wrong

[Audio: English; Captioned: English] You will have to click through & watch on TED for the captions to be available. Also over time more languages are added in, so check for that if you’d like to see it in some … Continue reading

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how to start a movement

[Audio: English; Captions: English (+48 more)] You’ll have to click through for the captions; TED’s embed stuff doesn’t seem to bring the cc options over. (Yeah, I’ve written to them about it, we’ll see if they say/do anything about it.) … Continue reading

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Brene Brown: The power of vulnerability

[Audio: English: Captions: 23 languages (WOW)] Note that you’ll have to click through to TED to get the captioning options 🙁 It’s also on Youtube but only with autocaption, which is too crappy in this case. Like 0

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